Susan Sarandon will star with Winona Ryder in the latest film version of "Little Women," which is set to start production as early as April 18 in Vancouver, B.C., sources familiar with the Columbia…
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Hollywood's eternal little boy finally drew a man's respect Monday night. Steven Spielberg, after years of disregard by Academy voters, was vindicated with seven Oscars for his Holocaust epic…
Best actor Tom Hanks went to great lengths to praise two gay friends as well as the courageous execs at TriStar Pictures who got behind the "Philadelphia" project.
Drew Barrymore as a manic depressive. That's the scenario in Touchstone Pictures' "Mad Love," which is set for a June production start, if Barrymore and a male co-star sign on.
"Tank McNamara" cartoonist Jeff Millar has written a feature screenplay, "F'ball," which is skedded to start production this summer, it was announced Friday.
Quarter Moon Films, a small North Hollywood-based production company, thinks it has an emerging filmmaker on its hands in 44-year-old writer/director John Albo, who has just finished his first…
Jonathan Dolgen is the first top executive recruited by Sumner Redstone for the newly merged entertainment conglomerate Paramount/Viacom.
The Assn. of Film Commissioners Intl. said Tuesday it has hired Maggie Christie to manage its Locations '95 tradeshow.
Columbia Pictures completed a swap of business affairs executives with Sony Pictures Entertainment on Tuesday, naming Robin Russell as executive veepee of business affairs for the studio.
Marking the second major signing in as many days, United Talent Agency said Tuesday that it has signed screenwriter-turned-director Jonathan Lawton for representation in all fields.
The Walt Disney Co. announced Tuesday the promotion of chief financial officer Richard Nanula from senior veepee to executive veepee.
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